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Rutgers Prof Who Helped Run Condoleezza Rice Off Campus Complains That Fox News Dissed One of Her Tweets

July 29 2015
by Charlotte Allen

All she said was that the U.S. was more "brutal" than ISIS.

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Bummer: Heath Care Costs Rising Rapidly under ObamaCare

July 29 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Health care spending is believed to have hit $3.1 trillion last year and is projected to  make up a fifth of the U.S. economy in less than a decade. 

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Wal-Mart to Suppliers: Labels Matter

July 29 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

The giant retailer takes pre-emptive action to stave off further government regulation.

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Springtime for Bureaucrats: President Threatens Veto for Bill to Make Firing Incompetent VA Bureaucrats Easier

July 29 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Forget the vets--it's bureaucrat job security that really matters.

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What Technology Makes Possible

July 28 2015
by Carrie L. Lukas

We need policies that encourage technological progress to continue.

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Working for Women Podcast 16 • A Conversation with Congresswoman Barbara Comstock

July 28 2015
by Celia Meyer

IWF executive director Sabrina Schaeffer sits down with Congresswoman Barbara Comstock, IWF's 2015 Woman of Valor honoree, in the latest "Working for Women" podcast..

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Chipping Away at Cyber Threats

July 28 2015
by Charlotte Hays

A new technology may make our personal information safer.

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Child Labor: Abhorred by Progressives for the First World, Deemed Environmentally Correct by Progressives for the Third World

July 28 2015
by Charlotte Allen

It's the "sharing economy" for children.

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Factual Feminist: About that World Cup Wage Gap . . .

July 28 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Learn why the prize money disparity has more to do with sports economics than sexism.

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Getting Rich, Hiding Behind the Disabled?

July 28 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

A federal program designed to put disabled Americans to work is allegedly mired in corruption, wasting potentially $2 billion taxpayer dollars, violating laws, and committing fraud.

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Ethiopia: President Obama Finds It a Neat Place to Criticize the Democratic Process in the U.S.

July 28 2015
by Charlotte Hays

The only way President Obama could possibly make his decision to visit Ethiopia, whose abysmal human rights record has been criticized by Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and other organizations, worse would have been to publicly criticize the democratic process while there. Oh--wait.

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Meet Jeannie Gaffigan, Modern Feminist

July 27 2015
by Charlotte Hays

She has influence but prefers to remain in the background. Is that wrong? Discuss among yourselves.

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A Bipartisan Plan to Make Washington Less Fireproof

July 27 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Reforms are moving through the House and Senate to make it easier to fire or punish federal workers who engage in bad behavior.

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Nailed: The Famous New York Times Story on Manicurist Exploitation Seems to Be Falling Apart

July 27 2015
by Charlotte Hays

But it was great for increasing regulations while it lasted.

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A Taxpayer-Subsidized Conference for Middle Schoolers: Ninth Graders Learn All About Lesbian Sex

July 27 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Plus, an F-bombing drag queen who tells the kids to vandalize the property of their opponents.

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Minimum Wage Hikes Have Disparate Impact in Rural and Urban Areas

July 27 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

One-size-fits-all bombs again.

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A Victory for Low-Income Families in North Carolina

July 27 2015
by Charlotte Hays

The state's high court rules that school vouchers are constitutional.

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ObamaCare Official Writes Commissioners: Please, Please Don’t Raise Rates!

July 24 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Making lots of promises heard before, an ObamaCare official begs state insurance commissioners not to approve double-digit rate hikes for 2016 signaling the Administration’s worry about rising costs and future enrollment.

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New York Moving Closer to Minimum Wage Hike for Fast-Food Industry

July 24 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Do they know how this has worked out in Seattle? 

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Salman Rushdie: If My Fatwa Were Issued Today, Western Intellectuals Would Be Afraid to Defend Me

July 24 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Rushdie has hit on one of the horrendous features of our world: terror works. It terrorizes.

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Minimum Wage Hike Backfire: Some Seattle Workers Asking to Have Their Hours Cut

July 24 2015
by Charlotte Hays

They don't want higher income to eat into their public assistance.

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New Sexism: Male-Dominated Backyard Barbecuing

July 24 2015
by Charlotte Allen

It's meat microaggression.

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De Blasio: Driven to Capitulate

July 23 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Innovation and a smart, cheeky PR campaign won the battle in NYC over ride-sharing, but the war is not over.

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Important New Social Cause: Targeting the Target "Trophy Wife" T-Shirt

July 23 2015
by Charlotte Allen

In the world of feminism, humor is strictly forbidden.

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Mitt Romney: Iran Will Be a Nuclear Monster

July 23 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Someday the world will call, and it will want a pre-Obama Iran policy back. Good luck on that.

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